compression strength


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Related to compression strength: Shear strength, crushing strength

compression strength

The point at which a material loses its shape when force is applied. Also called crushing strength.
See also: strength
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In terms of compression strength values, for structural size specimens, Resak gives the highest value of compressive strength, 57.
It can be noticed that when the pressure increases, the compression strength increasing.
The ASTM 1990 (ASTM International 2007) standard indicates that the length effect parameter is zero for compression strength parallel to the grain and that the thickness effect parameter is zero for MOR, tension strength parallel to the grain, and compression strength parallel to the grain.
To determine any significant differences in the growth, compression strength, and standard metabolic rate of the shell among family lines of C.
Unconfined Compression Strength (UCS) tests were performed on the same day and then after 7 14 and 28 days as shown in Figure 2a to see the gain in strength with aging.
Compression strength of PU decrease when increasing filler loading.
Structural uses of concrete generally take advantage of its compression strength, but its tensile strength, which is much less, must be taken into account as well.
The results have shown that by changing fine aggregate--sand of 0/4 fraction accordingly from 0 to 30% and putting rubber wastes of 0/2 fraction the compression strength of the concrete specimens was decreasing gradually.
Compression strength increased 15-20%, resulting in less product damage in transit.
Its SmartCORE insulation and TXL lamination technology provides significant performance advantages over other brands including moisture management ridges, higher flexural strength for smoother and straighter walls and greater compression strength, the company said.